On Monday we worked with the “Us”as part of our proposal of facing every day having in mind the “me”, the community, and the environment. The morning started with a shared story at the Ruka Pillu big top – Spirit House-, and the presentation of the naturist log, as a special kit the Likandes Educative Parkprepared when we enter on the Path of the Worlds as true explorers.
We met the world of beekeeping, energies, masks and scenic arts, alchemy, bow and arrow, among others, in groups together with a specialist on each of them. They were 9 worlds where we could get closer nature and make an introspective process that invited us to strengthen us as Concausa generation.
At the same time, the tutors shared a workshop with Enzo Dotto, who is the regional responsible of Corporative Citizenship – Volunteering and Communication – of DIRECTV, who traveled from Argentina, as part of an América Solidaria Argentinaalliance to do workshops and formation spaces with young people and tutors during the Concausa week.
We worked with Enzo on The power of influenceto incorporate new tools that allow the tutors make new financing, communication, and accompanying strategies of teams projects.
After lunch, we lived a self-careexperience, a space we share to pamper us, reconnect with our self and recharge energies. Then, we were visited by the ECLAC Library; Mónica and Héctor, their reference, who we share a workshop about the development projects information importance. Boys and girls made use of the space to show how the use of statistical data and impact measurement work in their projects to keep improving their proposals.
A new management and development project workshopwas made in the afternoon, led by America Solidaria, and ended with the preparation of the Global Fair Fair stands that will be developed during Tuesday morning. This will convene different institutions that will arrive at the park to see the young people projects.
After dinner, we had two guests, a poet Haitian who came to read us and share a story in Creole, he’s native language; and a story teller from the Mapuchecommunity, who share a story about bandurria women. With the moon as witness, we made a circle around the fire to keep learning about the culture of our guests. We close the day with a guitar, singing and dancing each of the songs of our countries.
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